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What are Forearm Bone Fractures?

Description of the disease

Forearm bone fractures are injuries in which the integrity of the forearm bones is compromised. This can occur due to trauma, a fall, or an accident.


  • Closed fracture
  • Open fracture
  • Displaced fracture
  • Non-displaced fracture


Indicative signs of a forearm fracture may include sudden pain, swelling, and bone displacement.


Forearm bone fractures can be caused by trauma, an accident, a fall, or may occur as a result of osteoporosis.


X-rays are usually required to diagnose forearm fractures.


Treatment for forearm fractures may involve the use of a cast, physiotherapy, or in some cases, surgical intervention.


Preventive measures include being cautious during sports activities, using protective gear, and preventing osteoporosis.


Forearm bone fracture treatment is provided by an orthopedic surgeon.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.